Put this hearty egg, cheese and sausage casserole into the oven early on a weekend morning and it will be ready by the time the whole family is up. An easy holiday brunch recipe! For extra variation try different cheeses, or add some ham or bacon bits.
A Family Favorite
by C. Cheri
, , on May. 2010
An excellent recipe to have on hand. My family loves this dish. I make it up on Christmas Eve, then, Christmas morning I just pop it in the oven and enjoy watching the kids open their goodies while it bakes. It's ready to eat about the same time as the gifts are all opened. So simple to make, yet delicious to eat, too.
by F. Fran
, Grantsville, MD on May. 2010
I started making this recipe 9 years ago, but did not use Carnation evaporated milk. It was a holiday brunch casserole, a "companies coming" weekend casserole, and our favorite, grandchildrens night, casserole. The evaporated milk really adds more creamy goodness to it. The grandchildren who don't like eggs even like this.
A relaxing breakfast
by j. jeanne
, Sykesville, MD on May. 2010
This recipe is great! When we have friends over and they spend the night, I fix this the night before and then heat it up the next morning. It so much nicer than scurrying around in the kitchen in the morning to get everyone fed! (And you don't have to take orders to see what everyone wants:)
by K. Kathy
, , on May. 2010
I made this for my Mother's Day annual brunch for my mother & mother in law a few yrs ago. Everyone loved it especially my husband. I make it alot. I reduce the fat though by using rdf JD sausage, egg beaters & 2% fat shredded cheese. It tastes just like the full fat version. My husband can't tell the difference! Great recipe to have on hand.
by k. kathleen
, Brookfield, WI on Apr. 2010
This recipe is excellent, I used left over HAM instead of sausage & added chopped red peppers & Onions. This makes for easy brunch meal, potluck, or just a GREAT make ahead meal.
by J. JONDA
, Hammond, LA on Apr. 2010
I've made this the night before and refrigerated it and then popped it in the oven the next morning. Saves a lot of time. Was quick and great for Christmas morning!
Brunch Sausage Casserole
by B. BARBARA
, Fairport, NY on Apr. 2010
Great Recipe! We did substitute bulk turkey breakfast sausage that our local meat market makes fresh (less fat & can't tell the difference) and also added fresh asparagus & roasted red peppers! Everyone loved it!!!
brunch sausage casserole
by M. Maryann
, nottingham on Apr. 2010
I made this for breakfast and the kids realy love it .
Fix the night before
by G. GWEN
, Arlington, WA on Apr. 2010
I have seen a very similar recipe and you could make it the night before, which is a great idea if you expect company or have a busy day planned
Can be cut in half
by C. Christine
, Eagle River, AK on Apr. 2010
I made this but only made half the recipe. And I added a few chopped pre-Sautéd onions and substituted evaporated skim milk and used 1/2 egg substitute and eggs along with 100% whole wheat bread. Actually, leftovers freeze well too, in single portion sizes in sealable bags.
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